Upcoming Unilever PLC dividend
Change(%)
0.00%
No change
Next payment 0.46$
Next payment date Jun 7, 2024
Last payment 0.46$
Last payment date Mar 22, 2024
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Ex-Dividend: 5/16/24
Confirmed

Unilever PLC has set June 7, 2024 as the date for paying a dividend of 0,46 dollars per share, representing a yield of 0.80%.

For those aspiring to dividends from Unilever PLC (UL), it's essential to buy before the Ex-dividend Date, May 16, 2024, and be on the records for the Record Date, May 17, 2024.

Unilever PLC granted 0.46 dollars to each shareholder on March 22, 2024, reflecting a yield of 0.90%.

Unilever is listed on the American stock exchange as "UL", in the United Kingdom as "ULVR" and in the Netherlands as AMS:UNA, maintaining an annual gross profit large enough to cover its dividend payments. Its payout ratio is close to 60%.

In general terms, its trend is upward, with a promising future, and its dividend yield is around 3.2%. Dividends are paid in the American style, i.e. every three months, starting in March, followed by June, September and December.

It is important to note that in order to obtain these benefits, the company requires the investor to own the shares one month in advance.

Payout Ratio Unilever PLC Dividends

Unilever PLC paid 6% of its net income in the last fiscal period as dividends.
Unilever PLC's earnings (59,604,000,768.00$) are sufficient to cover the dividend payment. This payment represents 6% of the total net profit of UL.
Dividend payout ratio
Payout Ratio

Dividend calendar of Unilever PLC

These are the most important events of the Unilever PLC calendar in 2024:

Event Day
Last trading date May 15, 2024
Ex-Dividend (Ex-Date) May 16, 2024
Record date May 17, 2024
Date of payment June 7, 2024
Data confirmed by the company Unilever PLC (UL).
Confirmed
Source
Historical annual dividend yields of Unilever PLC
Over the past 5 years, Unilever PLC has not consistently increased the annual dividend amount.
Increasing Dividends
Dividend yield
Dividend yield of Unilever PLC vs. the sector
Unilever PLC's dividend yield (3.20%) is above the sector average (2.98%).
Comparison with industry average
Unilever PLC's dividend yield is among the top 25% (2.95%) of the sector.
Evaluation with respect to competence.
Dividend yield history in Unilever PLC
Over the past 5 years, Unilever PLC's annual dividend income has fallen by more than 10%.
Dividend stability

Dividend history of Unilever PLC

In this table you can see the complete history:

YearEx-DividendAmountTotal
2024
02/22/2024
0.458 $
0.458 $
2023
11/16/2023
08/03/2023
05/18/2023
02/23/2023
0.454 $
0.475 $
0.47 $
0.457 $
1.856 $
2022
11/17/2022
08/04/2022
05/19/2022
02/24/2022
0.421 $
0.434 $
0.456 $
0.487 $
1.798 $
2021
11/04/2021
08/05/2021
05/20/2021
02/25/2021
0.498 $
0.503 $
0.516 $
0.514 $
2.031 $
2020
10/29/2020
08/06/2020
05/14/2020
02/20/2020
0.485 $
0.469 $
0.445 $
0.452 $
1.851 $
2019
10/31/2019
08/08/2019
05/02/2019
02/14/2019
0.452 $
0.459 $
0.464 $
0.442 $
1.817 $
2018
11/01/2018
08/02/2018
05/03/2018
02/15/2018
0.449 $
0.453 $
0.479 $
0.445 $
1.826 $
2017
11/02/2017
08/02/2017
05/03/2017
02/08/2017
0.422 $
0.414 $
0.383 $
0.344 $
1.563 $
2016
10/26/2016
08/03/2016
04/27/2016
02/03/2016
0.355 $
0.353 $
0.365 $
0.33 $
1.403 $
2015
10/28/2015
08/05/2015
04/22/2015
02/04/2015
0.344 $
0.328 $
0.319 $
0.325 $
1.316 $
2014
11/05/2014
08/06/2014
05/07/2014
02/05/2014
0.364 $
0.384 $
0.394 $
0.365 $
1.507 $
2013
11/06/2013
08/07/2013
05/08/2013
02/06/2013
0.368 $
0.354 $
0.349 $
0.324 $
1.395 $
2012
11/07/2012
08/08/2012
05/09/2012
02/15/2012
0.316 $
0.294 $
0.32 $
0.297 $
1.227 $
2011
11/08/2011
08/10/2011
05/11/2011
02/09/2011
0.307 $
0.319 $
0.329 $
0.286 $
1.241 $
2010
11/09/2010
08/11/2010
05/12/2010
02/10/2010
0.292 $
0.275 $
0.279 $
0.272 $
1.118 $
2009
11/18/2009
05/20/2009
0.395 $
0.61 $
1.005 $
2008
11/05/2008
05/21/2008
0.33 $
0.668 $
0.998 $
2007
11/07/2007
05/23/2007
0.353 $
0.632 $
0.985 $
2006
11/08/2006
05/17/2006
0.636 $
0.558333 $
1.194333 $
2005
11/16/2005
05/18/2005
0.265556 $
0.536667 $
0.802223 $
2004
11/03/2004
05/19/2004
0.258333 $
0.495556 $
0.753889 $
2003
11/05/2003
05/14/2003
0.231667 $
0.386667 $
0.618334 $
2002
11/06/2002
05/15/2002
0.200556 $
0.35 $
0.550556 $
2001
04/25/2001
0.312778 $
0.312778 $
2000
11/15/2000
04/20/2000
0.157778 $
0.304444 $
0.462222 $
1999
11/17/1999
04/21/1999
0.158889 $
0.310556 $
0.469445 $
1998
11/18/1998
04/22/1998
0.136111 $
0.082222 $
0.218333 $
1997
11/19/1997
04/09/1997
0.131667 $
0.246944 $
0.378611 $
1996
11/22/1996
04/15/1996
0.117639 $
0.240139 $
0.357778 $
1995
11/24/1995
04/07/1995
0.077222 $
0.223333 $
0.300555 $
1994
12/02/1994
04/08/1994
0.057639 $
0.194306 $
0.251945 $
1993
12/03/1993
04/08/1993
0.0625 $
0.163056 $
0.225556 $
1992
11/19/1992
04/10/1992
0.059306 $
0.179861 $
0.239167 $
1991
11/29/1991
04/15/1991
0.05625 $
0.145 $
0.20125 $
1990
11/26/1990
04/09/1990
0.0575 $
0.152917 $
0.210417 $
1989
11/27/1989
04/11/1989
01/05/1989
0.052917 $
0.115 $
0.04375 $
0.211667 $
1988
12/05/1988
04/12/1988
0.036111 $
0.1 $
0.136111 $
1987
11/23/1987
04/28/1987
0.041944 $
0.076639 $
0.118583 $
Unilever PLC dividend capture strategy
Step 1: Buy Unilever PLC shares (UL) one day before ex-dividend date
Date of purchase May 15, 2024
Next ex-dividend date May 16, 2024
Step 2: Sell Unilever PLC shares (UL) when the price recovers.
Date of sale (estimated) Jun 6, 2024
Average price recovery 21 days
Average return on cost 0.88%
The dividend capture strategy is based on historical Unilever PLC data. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

Information about Unilever PLC

Full name Unilever PLC
Ticker UL
Sector Cyclical Consumer Products
Industry Household & Personal Products
Market Capitalization 143.60B $
Number of Employees 128,377
Description of the company

Unilever is a multinational company of British origin, which was formed due to the merger of two large companies "Margarine Unie" and "Lever Brothers" deriving its name from the mixture of both.

Margarine Unie was dedicated to the manufacture of margarine and Lever Brothers manufactured and marketed soaps, both required the use of palm oil from Africa, but the importation was more feasible if done in large quantities, so they decided to join forces for commercial purposes, making the merger in 1929.

By 1930 they expanded into Africa and America, but because of World War II they had to move their primary operations to the United Kingdom and the United States, leaving their headquarters in London.

Over time, they have made several partnerships and acquired more than 400 brands, however, they had to minimize margarine production due to low sales, diversifying into soaps, makeup, beauty products, perfumery, food, among others.

Among its operational strategies, it is worth highlighting the dedication to the brands that generate the most revenue, such as: Mimosín, Skip, Fab, Lavomatic, Coco Varela, Vel Rosa, Puro, Detergente 3D, Cif, Soft, Domésticos, TRESemmé, Timotei, Axe/Lynx, Rexona, Savital, Dove, Pond's, Sedal, Signal, St. Ives, Williams, Vasenol, Maizena, Lipton, Knorr, Ligeresa, Hellmann's, among others.

Frequently asked questions about Unilever PLC dividends

Unilever PLC pays dividends on a Trimestral basis.

Unilever PLC is listed on the New York Stock Exchange and is part of the Nyse.

Unilever PLC has the Ticker or stock code UL.

The CEO of Unilever PLC in 2024 is Mr. Hein. M. A. Schumacher.

Unilever PLC does not have a growing dividend program. Dividends have not shown a steady growth in the last 5 years.

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